Record Enhancement Programs

Guide to Record Enhancer Programs

What to look for in a record enhancer program.

Search for a program

The Association of American Medical Colleges' database. Search according to program type and other program characteristics.  This is the most comprehensive list of programs available.

The following list of programs is by no means complete, but included here are programs where alumni have found success.  

Undergraduate level programs

Master's level programs

Postbac for professions outside of medicine

Programs that focus on students from underrepresented and/or disadvantaged backgrounds

  • The Associated Medical School of New York highlights postbac options at the University at Buffalo, NY Medical College, Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University, and SUNY Upstate. Some students are referred to the postbac programs in the process of their application to medical school and others may be offered admission to medical school as participants in the postbac programs.
  • California Postbac Consortium, whose mission is to increase the number of physicians who practice in shortage areas of California by assisting capable and dedicated students from disadvantaged backgrounds in gaining admission to medical school.
  • Georgetown Experimental Medical Studies Program for students from minority, disadvantaged and underserved populations, whose disadvantaged circumstances have contributed to modest academic credentials.
  • Southern Illinois University School of Medicine MEDPREP  provides assistance to educationally and/or economically disadvantaged students, preparing them to achieve success in the health professions.
  • The University of Connecticut Young Innovative Investigators Program focuses on recruiting underrepresented students to contribute towards developing a sustainable pipeline to increase diversity among the pool of academic scientists.